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The Easiest Way to Fertilize Your Garden

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The Easiest Way to Fertilize Your Garden

The Easiest Way to Fertilize Your Garden

on this week’s two-minute tip the easiest and most effective way to fertilize your garden so this right here is what we call our EZ-FLO fertilizer injector and this is basically a tank that you fill with fertilizer and you have water coming in and then water and fertilizer going out into your water supply […]

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How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

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How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

So I brought a bundle of what I considered to be one of the most productive crops in the garden, right Up there with those Tiger collards and just started harvesting these this is Lacinato Kale want to try a bite That’s pretty right there And Some people call it dinosaur kale Lacinato kale and […]

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DIY 💦Self Watering💦 Garden Upgrade–ORGANIC GARDENING

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DIY 💦Self Watering💦 Garden Upgrade–ORGANIC GARDENING

DIY 💦Self Watering💦 Garden Upgrade–ORGANIC GARDENING

hey guys retired at 40 today I’m gonna do a major upgrade to my garden for this year come along so most people when they think of Colorado to think of skiing snow-capped mountains and snow and cold weather but our winters here are actually pretty mild and the Sun is really really intense and […]

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Seedling Maintenance

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Seedling Maintenance

Seedling Maintenance

Hi I’m Erin and this is Our Wyoming Life Transplanting of the tomatoes and peppers into the high tunnel will begin in 8 short days. In the meantime, they still require Erin’s attention daily in the basement. Water, lights, fertilizer and more planting are some of the things that are on the daily to do […]

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Urban Worm Composting 101 [CC]

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Urban Worm Composting 101 [CC]

Urban Worm Composting 101 [CC]

Vermicomposting, or composting with worms is a great option for people living in urban areas. It’s low maintenance, can be done in practically any indoor space, and also reduces your carbon footprint. I keep my worm bin in my bedroom, and I promise you it won’t smell like your kitchen compost as long as the […]

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How to Grow Thornless Blackberries

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How to Grow Thornless Blackberries

How to Grow Thornless Blackberries

If you’ve got some room in your garden that you’re not using — you have a little extra yard around that maybe you don’t have a purpose for, you really should consider growing blackberries, especially in the south. In Zones 7, 8 and 9 these things grow wonderful. It’s king of a southern crop so […]

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Hilling Potatoes with the High Arch Wheel Hoe

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Hilling Potatoes with the High Arch Wheel Hoe

Hilling Potatoes with the High Arch Wheel Hoe

So we’ve had a little bit of warm weather recently and our potatoes are growing pretty fast. As you can see here, they’ve got to about six inches tall. We’ve got our four rows here. One row of Jelly, two rows of the Blue Belles from Irish Eyes, then we’ve got a row of the […]

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6 Creative Ideas use Wood Pallet for Your Garden – Gardening Tips

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6 Creative Ideas use Wood Pallet for Your Garden – Gardening Tips

6 Creative Ideas use Wood Pallet for Your Garden – Gardening Tips

Instead of investing in pricey planters and organizers you can instead utilize old pallets and their wood to create boxes and garden benches alike. Not only is this going to save you a lot of green it’s environmentally conscious because you’re repurposing something that could have otherwise been tossed. Keep watching to know the amazing […]

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How to Remove and Reuse Drip Tape Irrigation

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How to Remove and Reuse Drip Tape Irrigation

How to Remove and Reuse Drip Tape Irrigation

On this week’s two-minute tip removing drip tape from your vegetable garden. In the past we’ve talked about why drip tape is so important how it allows us to conserve water to water more efficiently also reduce diseases by reducing leaf moisture and how burying the drip tape is the most effective way to use […]

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Harvesting the Best Potatoes We’ve Ever Had!

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Harvesting the Best Potatoes We’ve Ever Had!

Harvesting the Best Potatoes We’ve Ever Had!

I think the best chance of rain will actually come in the afternoon on Saturday. But the rain totals in the short term already have had as much as 10″ of rain. We’re expecting 1″ to 3″. And then on Sunday, that’s the day we’ll need to really watch out. Because that’s — I think […]

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